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The short answer is 'no', but there are some things to consider.
The latest highlights from this COVID data snapshot, and other notes about data from this period.
Prepare now to help keep yourself and your loved ones safe from COVID, flu, RSV, and other bugs floating around this holiday season.
In the first few weeks of October, more than 350 pediatric patients at UW Health Kids tested positive for the respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV.
Residents in Madison's Emerson East neighborhood are currently facing a big problem no one ever wants to deal with — rats.
The lasting impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt for decades to come, and some of those impacts aren’t fully understood yet, according to a panel of health care practitioners and public health experts...
October is breast cancer awareness month and Public Health Madison and Dane County (PHMDC) is urging that people take the month as a reminder to get screened.
The CARES program was launched in September of 2021 and is now releasing an end-of-year report.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are options available to get screened for free.
Effective October 1, Public Health Madison & Dane County will transition to a new strategy for COVID-19 testing...